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Baseball is back! The 2023 Major League Baseball official season doesn’t begin until his March 30th, but spring training began on Friday (February 24th).
Friday’s MLB preseason matchups include Texas Rangers vs. Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners vs. San Diego Padres, and exhibition games between Boston Red Sox and Northeastern Huskies. All three games are available on MLB.TV.
On Saturday, the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies take on the Kansas City Royals vs. Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, and more.
Continue reading to learn more about MLB.TV and other streaming options.
How to watch MLB.TV on Prime Video
After two years of COVID-related delays, canceled matches and reduced crowds, fans can now enjoy the game in person or from their couches as stadiums are back to full capacity. If you chose the latter, it’s time to join MLB.TV.
Prime Video’s MLB.tv allows baseball fans to stream MLB games on smart TVs, computers, phones and other compatible devices. Amazon’s streaming arm is an easy choice for Prime members as the platform offers free trials of his MLB.TV. Baseball fans can also take advantage of a free trial on MLB.com.
What is MLB.TV? This is a subscription package that allows you to watch and stream thousands of major and minor league games live and on demand. Get live access to off-market feeds for all regular season MLB games that are not subject to regional, national or other types of blackouts.
According to Amazon, the regular season live games included with the subscription will feature only out-of-market teams. Nationally televised games, including MLB playoff games, World Series and All-Star games, as well as local team games televised in your area, cannot be streamed live on MLB.TV.
MLB.tv on Prime Video
For $24.99/month, MLB.TV lets you stream over 250 Spring Training games and all off-market games. You can cancel anytime. An annual plan is $145.99 and a single team pass is $129.99. If you subscribe through Amazon Prime, the charges are added to your Prime membership ($14.99/month or $139/year after a 30-day free trial.
How to watch MLB games on Fubo, ESPN+ and more
When it comes to nationally televised MLB games, there are many ways to watch and stream without cable or satellite. For example, you can stream MLB games on Fubo TV, Vidgo, DirectTV Stream, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, Roku devices and ExpressVPN (streaming internationally).
Can I watch MLB on YouTube TV? Unfortunately, YouTube terminated MLB Network in his January.
Meanwhile, ESPN and ESPN+ will host a combined 10 MLB Spring Training games, starting next week with the New York Mets and the St. Louis Cardinals. The game airs on Monday (February 27) at 1:00 PM ET on ESPN and will be streamed on the ESPN app.
Six spring training games will be streamed on ESPN+ from March 23 to March 28. Coverage of MLB’s spring training will air on ESPN and stream on the app from February 27 to March 2. See the full schedule here.
How to watch MLB games on Apple TV+
The 2023 season hasn’t started yet, but Friday Night Baseball is back on Appel TV+. For now, fans can relive the 2022 season and other sports like Major League Soccer until MLB games resume. Apple TV+ is $6.99/month after a one-week free trial.
MLB on Apple TV
Want more baseball merchandise? Visit Fanatics, Dick Sporting Goods and MLB Shop for officially licensed gear that celebrates your favorite teams. Other MLB products and apparel can be found at major retailers such as Amazon, Kohl’s and Walmart.
Visit MLB.com for a complete schedule of baseball games for the new season.